Swiss NGO Wants to Expose Evidence Against Sarawak Governor’s Alleged Corruption

Well, looks like someone else might be getting in trouble soon! After allegedly being ignored for close to seven years, it looks like the case against Sarawak’s former chief minister and current governor Tun Abdul Taib Mahmud might be starting to gain momentum at last.

According to Aliran‘s latest report, Swiss NGO Bruno Manser Fund (BMF) has been gathering evidence since 2011 against Taib and his family’s alleged corrupt practices, but their earlier calls to Malaysian prosecutors were ignored. Hmm, we wonder why! Now, after seven years, BMF says that they are willing to share the evidence with the Pakatan Harapan government.

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Don’t Bargain With Taib, Just Tell Him The ‘Score’

According to reports, three elderly former political allies sat down yesterday to discuss the mending of broken alliances.  The new Prime Minister, his former Finance Minister and the Governor of Sarawak.

Following the discussion it emerged that Taib, who still wields real power in the state he owns so much of, has agreed to move his PBB party over from BN to Harapan, thereby consolidating the grip of the new ruling coalition into an overwhelming majority – of the sort that Dr M has always been used to governing with.

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